The Florida-based Nova Southeastern University (NSU) has announced the launch of a new LL.M. degree.
The new LL.M. can be pursued either full-time over one year or part-time over two years. Students will be able to take classes online, in-class, or a mix of the two. It will offer a range of specialization options, including Business and Entrepreneurial Counseling, Health Law, Intellectual Property, Cybersecurity, and Technology Law, International Law, and Litigation and Dispute Resolution.
Also on offer will be a US Practice Track for Foreign Lawyers, which is open to international attorneys who want the option to also pursue an accelerated JD program. This option is only available for on-campus students.
To apply for NSU's new LL.M., candidates from the US should have a JD plus two or more years of experience in the practice law. International applicants should have a first law degree; work experience is also preferred.
For more information, please see Nova Southeastern University's LL.M. program page.